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http://www.ebay.com/itm/331907039733

  • Refresh Rate: 120Hz (Native); Motionflow XR 960 (Effective)
  • Backlight: Direct-Lit LED
  • Smart Functionality: Yes
  • Dimensions (W x H x D): TV without stand: 57.6" x 33.6" x 3.3", TV with stand: 57.6" x 35.5" x 11.6"
  • Inputs: 4 HDMI (HDCP 2.2/HDMI 2.0a), 3 USB

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This is one of the best item ever Sony made.

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Nice find OP.

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veeleentinaterescovalarta said:   This is one of the best item ever Sony made.
  But is it better than Samsung HDTV?

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docjoo said:   
veeleentinaterescovalarta said:   This is one of the best item ever Sony made.
  But is it better than Samsung HDTV?

  Silly question. What specific model are you referring to?

Your question is like asking: Is a Toyota Corolla better than a Ford?

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I always wonder why large companies like buydig and Newegg use eBay to sell certain items. They have websites of their own. Why are they paying eBay fees instead, and driving traffic to eBay instead of to their own storefront?

I have a guess:
The products are substandard (blemishes, factory rejects etc), and they don't want bad reviews showing up on their site. Many of these type of listings on eBay don't even show feedback on the seller, so nobody would know. However, that doesn't apply to this listing, since seller feedback is shown, and even feedback on the item from the seller.

So, I'm stumped. Unless I can figure out the reason why a large etailer with a high-volume storefront would do this, I'm staying clear.

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No HDR

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in the market.. is this the one to pull the trigger upon. generally shows 1299 everywhere including bigdig.com direct. not sure why via eBay bigdig sells this low..

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bournvita said:   
cavebat said:   No HDR
FALSE
  https://www.sony.com/electronics/televisions/xbr-x750d-x700d-series


The website link you referred us to states that, the HDR will be made available via firmware update "HDR - In order to watch HDR videos from Internet video services, the TV would require a firmware update via the Internet. This feature will be made available via future firmware update - see Sony support website for details/updates".

The model seems to be 2016. Anyone using the TV with the updated firmware?!
https://www.sony.com/electronics/televisions/xbr-x750d-x700d-ser...

   

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ajay71 said:   
bournvita said:   
cavebat said:   No HDR
FALSE
  https://www.sony.com/electronics/televisions/xbr-x750d-x700d-series


The website link you referred us to states that, the HDR will be made available via firmware update "HDR - In order to watch HDR videos from Internet video services, the TV would require a firmware update via the Internet. This feature will be made available via future firmware update - see Sony support website for details/updates".

The model seems to be 2016. Anyone using the TV with the updated firmware?!
https://www.sony.com/electronics/televisions/xbr-x750d-x700d-series/specifications

   

  The review on Rtings says the firmware update enables HDR, but the screen itself can't fully display all the colors.

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canoeguy1 said:   
docjoo said:   
veeleentinaterescovalarta said:   This is one of the best item ever Sony made.
  But is it better than Samsung HDTV?

  Silly question. What specific model are you referring to?

Your question is like asking: Is a Toyota Corolla better than a Ford?

  Common sense would say to compare similar specs.  This model is from 2016 so wouldn't be fair to compare to 2017 Samsung HDTVs.

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dontcare4myname said:   in the market.. is this the one to pull the trigger upon. generally shows 1299 everywhere including bigdig.com direct. not sure why via eBay bigdig sells this low..
  Because it's overstocked item from 2016. Pretty soon 2018 models will be coming out.

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In for one, Thanks OP. Green for you!

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